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Monday, July 23, 2007

THIS JUST IN...Americans Support The War!!

Well, it looks like the Lame Stream Media is getting the word that WE have KNOWN since the beginning!!


Thanks to Spree for this post!!

Monday, July 23, 2007

American Support for War Inches Up

If you are a far lef Democrat that has been trying to force America to surrender in Iraq, you MAY want to get yourself a drink right quick before seeing the latest poll, shown by the New York Times.




American support for the war in Iraq has risen somewhat as the White House has continued to ask the public to reserve judgment about the war until General David Petraeus files his report in the fall.

In a New York Times/CBS News poll conducted over the weekend, 42 percent of Americans said taking military action in Iraq was the right thing to do, while 51 percent said the United States should have stayed out of Iraq.

Support had been at all time low in May, when only 35 percent of Americans said the United States’ involvement in Iraq was the right thing and 61 percent said the United States should have stayed out.
Those numbers need to rise more and I believe that as long as we keep seeing the successes that the last couple of months have brought us, the numbers WILL rise considerably more.

As I said earlier:

We have shown, via multiple sources, that the Iraqi Army is stepping up to the point that our commanders are announcing that they may be able to step down in those parts of Iraq, that the 50 Tribal leaders have decided to help the U.S and Coalition forces, we have also shown you that the everyday Iraqi's, sickened by al-Qaeda's methods have been working with our forces and providing tips that have led to some major progress, and this is just a small sample of the news we bring you every week from Iraq.
Every day now, we are getting good news coming from Iraq, one success at a time, and the American people are beginning to understand that Harry "Baghdad" Reid was wrong, we have NOT lost Iraq and we WILL NOT lose in Iraq.

The bad news stories still are coming out, as they should, but for the first time in YEARS, it is being balanced now, by a reluctant media by the good news that they can no longer ignore and sweep under the rug.

Alot of credit for that needs to go to some of the fine independent journalists that have risked their lives to embed with our troops and bring us the truth.

People like Michael Yon, Bill Roggio just to name two, and the Miliblogs that speak to us from the frontline, but there are many more and they have my and many others THANKS for doing it.

Day after day we bring you good news from Iraq, now, week after week, it has become "the trend" instead of the exception.

GOOD JOB TROOPS.

Of course, the LEFT will definitely try to spin it.

[UPDATE] STAY FIRM MR. PRESIDENT.

[UPDATE #2] From Amy Proctor...

GEN David Petraeus is a hands-on kind of guy. He doesn’t sit in the FOB (Forward Operating Base) and rely on briefings from troops on the beat. Instead, he drives and walks through the streets of Baghdad and sees “astonishing signs of normalcy” in half, perhaps two-thirds of Baghdad. Petraeus said today: